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cowen is on this live in san francisco. >> morning, martha, that is right. none of these candidates is unique to nevada offered in races by voters statewide from president to state supreme court and the nevada voters will see it there again by complaints from republicans that none might steal votes away from mitt romney and other gop candidates. this summer the republican national committee backed a lawsuit to get rid of the objection. really saying none means nothing and it can't win anyway having it on the ballot diseven franchises voters which is unconstitutional. a district judge agreed but a federal court said not so fast ruling that since none doesn't count in the tphaoeupbl tally that determines winners it will stay on the ballot at least for now. the legal wrangling over this continues. martha: if you want to vote for none you could just not go. claudia, thank you. bill: my middle name is none by the way. martha: you're going to get a lot of votes in nevada. bill: apparently. new polling numbers showing that governor romney is breaking ground with a key voting group, a group
outside of the malls and many of them could turn into permanent jobs. claudia cowan is on that in san francisco. how many jobs are potentially out there. >> reporter: more than last year. retailers plan to fill about 700,000 positions this holiday season up from 660,000 temp jobs last year mostly at big department stores. macy's says it's adding 80,000 christmas workers. kohl's, toys r us and walmart hiring staff more than a year ago. employment experts say overall the big numbers suggest the tight job market is easing and that shoppers are ready to spend. >> we don't see a gang busters here but the economy has improved. there are nearly 2 million more people working now who have money to spend than we saw last year at the same time. >> reporter: many of those taking these seasonal jobs are part-timers looking for extra income, retire reese who want to stay busy and recent college grads hoping to start a career in retail or build up their resumes. experts say it's a a good time for those who gave up looking for a job to go out there and try again. bill, they may not face so much rejec
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